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Greetings from Michigan Realtors®! View the top 5 news and resources for the month of May:
1. Michigan Realtors® Take Their Message to Nation's Capital
While Realtors® from across the country convened in Washington, D.C., last week to attend the Realtor® Party Convention & Trade Expo, over 130 members from across Michigan met with U.S. Senators and congressional staff on Capitol Hill to advocate policies that protect and advance investment in residential and commercial property and that are critical to buyers, sellers and investors in their communities. Read full story.
2. Michigan Realtors® District Director Elections - Nominations Now Open
There are six districts holding elections this year for district director: 1, 4, 6, 9, 11 and 14. If you are interested in running, nominations will be held open until July 18, 2014.
3. April Shows Increase in Average Sales Price
Despite the drop in number of units sold, April 2014 closed with an increase in average sales price compared to April 2013. Seventy-six percent of the locals reported an increase in average sales price, with nine locals reporting a 20+% increase. Click here for April housing statistics.
4. Bill Martin Recipient of NAR William R. Magel Award of Excellence
May 14th, Washington D.C. - Michigan Realtors® CEO, Bill Martin was recipient of the William R. Magel Award of Excellence for 2014. This Award is presented annually to an individual who has truly excelled as a leader and innovator in his or her role as an association executive of a local or state association of Realtors®. Congratulations!
5. Mandatory Core Standards for Associations
Twenty-five Association Executives from around the state gathered May 9th at the Michigan Realtors® headquarters for a presentation given by Gavin Blair, the Local Executive Officer from Dayton Association of REALTORS® regarding mandatory core standards for local, state and territorial Realtor® associations. These Core Standards, are intended to ensure high-quality service for all members and cover the following areas: Code of Ethics enforcement and education, advocacy, consumer outreach, unification efforts and support of the Realtor® organization, technology, and financial solvency. Michigan AEs felt the new core standards are things they are doing already or should be and made sense to them. Melissa Tee of the Jackson Area Association of REALTORS® added, “The Michigan AE’s greatly appreciated being informed on the proposed NAR Core Organizational Standards prior to attending the NAR meetings in Washington D.C. last week. Gavin Blair, Core Standards PAG Member, gave a very thorough presentation answering all the AE’s questions. Thank you to Michigan Realtors® staff for coordinating such a timely, great meeting!”
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